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años en nueva york por razones de trabajo. pero ahora he vuelto a los angeles para quedarme. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo angela y roberto iban a conocer a su abuelo, don fernando. estaban un poco nerviosos. por fin conoceremos al abuelo. estoy... ¿nerviosa? sí, pero... muy contenta. entiendo perfectamente. yo también. raquel: arturo, ino está! ¿cómo? don fernando no está. ila habitación está vacía! al entrar raquel en el cuarto de don fernando descubrió que no estaba. ven. no está. no hay nadie. ( sirena ) una enfermera les explicó que habían llevado a don fernando a guadalajara. vinimos a ver al señor fernando castillo y no hay nadie en la habitación. ¿el señor castillo? claro, ya se fue. ¿cómo que se fue? ¿adónde? pues, a guadalajara. i¿a guadalajara?! mientras tanto, en la casa de pedro carlos empezó a contarle a su familia el secreto que ocultaba. gloria juega. pedro: ¿juega? ¿quieres decir, por dinero? carlos: sí, es... como un vicio, y... no para. pe
of california 9.3, from los angeles, san diego, san francisco, all participating in this earthquake drill. that is pretty big large numbers of people that are joining all of you. don't you feel special? yeah, everybody is doing this. i have to my left and right are really important department heads. our chief of police is to my left. he is participating and has a lot of staff to support this effort. we have our fire chief. did you know? you reading from the book, grace for president, she is our female chief of our fire department. to her right is rob, the head department of our department of emergency management. one of the most important departments that's working with police and fire and connected up with the whole state with our school system, school board, principals and students to organize and make sure we are prepared for the next earthquake or emergency. this is why we have the great california shakeup drill. this is why we are doing it all over the state. we have to be a little better prepared. how many of you think that you're prepared for the next earthquake at home? yeah? do y
stow of course the fan beaten so badly in los angeles last season. there noise game tomorrow. game 3 is saturday. 5:07 at could america park in detroit. tigers down 2 nothing. we move on to some other news tonight as we continue here. body that washed ashore sunday on san mateo county beach now identified as a runaway missing since september. authorities say no indication as of yet that 16-year-old katie quee from richmond was murdered. but they do say the results of toxicology test not back for two week. >> in the mean time the fbi is helping petaluma police find this 15-year-old boy. it's believed justin may heading to new york to see someone he met on the internet. he has been missing three days after he and his father had a big argument. father tells us that agents have questioned the person in new york justin may going to meet. if you have any information on this young man please call the petaluma police medley. >>> south by police looking for this man. they say he's a serial bank robber wanted for 6 hold up since august campbell, san jose, los gatos and at sunnyvale ban
marymount college in los angeles. i had a scholarship to play baseball down there. ended up going to ireland and getting a master's degree at university college dublin. came back to the states and went to law school at the university of pennsylvania. spent three years in philadelphia. came back, and ever since coming back to the bay area, professionally, i have been a corporate attorney down at palo alto. i left after about three years and became an investment banker here in san francisco at thomas was all partners. working the industry for about five and a half years. in the summer of 2009, joined a venture capital firm. i am happily married. my wife and i lived around laurel village in district 2. we have two small children. our goal is five and our boy is three. how parents and excited to be here on the board. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? and tell us about what motivated your interest in politics. >> choosing to live in san francisco was natural, given that i was born and raised here. when you are a child, you do not understand what you have until you leave home. i have
at that. really being impacted by the los angeles riots, when that occurred, put me on the path toward public policy and understanding what it meant to have opportunities and not have opportunities in our various communities. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? supervisor chu: i came to the area to pursue a master's degree in public policy at the uc- berkeley school. ever since then, i fell in love with what a wonderful area the bay area is. >> what motivated your interest in politics? supervisor chu: to be frank, i never saw myself in an elected position at all. i had grown up in southern california, and during the first day of the los angeles riots, my parents had their cars stolen at gunpoint. they were left out and had to pay someone $100 to get back to chinatown. it really influenced me. we had a restaurant at the time, and at the time, we were always worried, watching the news, to see whether or not the restaurant would be looted, whether or not it would go up in fire. that was something that was a big concern and worry for my family at the time. i remember thinking e
center in los angeles. the simulation of a mission control environment opens next week. nasa retired its space shuttles last year. endeavour arrived at its new home nearly two weeks ago after a two mile-per-hour roll through the streets of l.a. wisconsin. a bride reportedly wanted something grand for her wedding. her mom is a baker and cooked up a giant wedding cake. 20 layers. seven flares. big enough to feed nearly 1500 people. >> i would say it's equivalent to five normal wedding cakes. >> the mother of the bride designed it after her own wedding cake from 26 years ago, and that's a fox watch across america. >> fox across america is brought to you by liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >> the military is calling it the biggest missile defense test it has ever conducted. we'll show you how the systems did on the video. plus, disgusting new claims about the pharmacy suspected in that deadly meningitis outbreak that swept much of the nation. we're learning that staffers said they found what they found in rooms that were supposed to be sterile yuck, coming up. de
78 minutos llego el gol de allan alemÁn que le dio la clasificacion a los super chivos de xelaju y sera el unico equipo guatemalteco que paso a la siguiente instancia. en metapan, el galaxy de los angeles regresa a casa con una victoria 3-2 sobre isidro metapan, con anotaciones de jack mcbean en dos ocaciones, michael stephens, descontaron por los caleros, nicolas muÑoz y paolo suarez, los galacticos ya estaban clasificados a los cuartos de final. vamos a el salvador porque el capitan de la seleccion de futbol parece estar en problemas con la justicia por una acusacion en su contra, tenemos la informacio esta noche entre otras noticias les tendremos la previa para los equipos del area para el fin de semana, los esperamos solo a las once. ...una pausa y enseguida regresamos con mas noticias...
last night -- not in berlin but i los angeles. "cloud atlas," starring halle berry adn tom -- and tom hanks, who were both at the premiere. our correspondent takes us on a great journey. >> the film takes its audience on a fantastic journey that stretches over three continents and 500 years. "cloud atlas" is 65 stories in six different from us from -- different genres from period drama to science fiction. the play different roles transforming from the hero to the villain and back again. a film this ambitious needed more than just one director. there were three. the sibling creators of the "matrix" films and a german director. together, they adapted david mitchell's novel, thought to be unfilmable. the producer or originally wanted to make the film together with a hollywood studio, but things turned out differently. >> the biggest problem we had was during the world wide economic crisis, and no studio wanted to make this film for $180 million or $200 million, so we came up with the idea of how we could finance it for about $100 million in the old- fashioned way we have developed in eur
. there is a paramedic in los angeles nearly beaten to death before the start of the first game at the end of the first game of the 2011 season. so a lot of people and tauss being -- causes being recognized inside of the stadium tonight. >> thank you so much. how about that pablo sandoval, huh? it made him a popular guy in san francisco and a national hero in his native convenient swaila. president chavez tweeted about him. larry beil is more on the day after. >> thank you. >> whatever pablo is eating i want some. consider he's done that in only 14 games. the panda hit just 12. power surge propelled giants to a victory in game one making for a very busy night because his phone would not stop buzzing. >> were you hearing after that game? >> 300 text messages. so saying hi to people. you know? during the game. the friends, the family. you know? to be part of this. >> now, pandas three world series homers put him p great company. the panda doing it last night. last year albert pujols hit three if one game. good omen is that cardinals went on to win. a's fans will remember reggie jackson with the yankees w
edition. he has written noert "new york times", the los angeles times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put your hands on the sand stone faces and the smooth shallow scallops that look like champagne glasses, you can feel the shape of the last flood that came through. every place in the desert is a story. every place is a passage way. it's really hard to walk very far in the desert for me because there are so many stories that start opening up and lead you from place to place and place and soon you start picking
s around palm springs and los angeles. tonight will be clear and temperatures in the 40s but more 50s tonight. this morning was the coolest morning. check out the temperatures over the weekend, 80 inland and mid-70s around the bay and you can see a chance rain lingering into wednesday. >> happy friday. take our first look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's light. no metering lights, no problems on the upper deck into san francisco. maintenance truck off to the right shoulder there that is not causing any problems. southbound golden gate bridge is looking good. road work picking up northern portion of the span. you may be down to one lane at 5:30 heading south through the waldo tunnel. bart delay due to track maintenance, no other problems with mass transit this morning. we do have a debris 580 at first street into livermore as you head towards dublin pleasanton. justin hermann plaza, if you are leaving san francisco, be aware there could be some traffic jams >> kristen: california puc has launched an investigation in the nine month outage of nuclear power plant. they report it could
in los angeles. >> hi bill frankenstorm that does not sound good. good morning, everyone. the president has three interviews from the white house this morning. in the morning he is spoking from the oval office and then he is live for an mtv interview from the house. finally he has an interview with april ryan. mitt romney starts his speech from aims iowa aids say it is important but they won't say what is in it so we'll have to wait and see. and then romney flies back to canton ohio. ohio is seen as the most important swing state in this election. here is the president there yesterday. >> obama: if mitt romney had been president when the auto try was on the verge of collapse we might not have an american auto industry today. >> you can see that appealing to the worker-class voters. early voting could give president obama theed a advantage. ho stopped off to vote early yesterday. more bill press is coming up live after the break, and as always we are love in chat and would love to see you there. we can join us there at current.com/billpress. see you on the other side
in los angeles. we have red flag warnings. for southern california. all right, moving into the philippines, and another tropical system is now moving over the south china sea. this is tropical system, expected to become a severe tropical storm within the next 24 hours. may make the second landfall in vietnam, some time between saturday afternoon into your sunday morning, local time. heavy rain, of up to 100 millimeters is likely, from tonight into saturday night. and more heavy rain, will be coming down in central and northern vietnam, over the weekend. as for the philippines, the stormiest conditions have, have been over. but heavy rain is continuing, as much as 150 millimeters or more likely in the upper part of the philippines including manila over the next 72 hours or so. as for the rest of the -- the east asia, rain is intensifying over the river valley that is going to be spreading into the korean peninsula as well as japan into the weekend. all right. finally let's go to europe. the main story is going to be a big temperature contrast between the north and the s
, a provider of multiple media news and information services worldw tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight a conversation with allyson felix. she electrified the track world this summer with her performance at the 200 meters, capturing gold in the event following a disappointing second place finish in beijing. the continued problem of doping and the landmark decision that level the playing field. we are glad you could join us for conversation with olympic star allyson felix, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as w twoe ogether, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: allyson felix is one of the most decorated female track stars in recent history. she had a standout performance at the london games. she set th
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the central valley. yosemite and big sur. low to mid-80s around los angeles and 88 in los angeles. if you are heading up to tahoe, cold enough in the morning hours in the 20s but in the 50s and 60s in the afternoon. we want to take you to miami and show you the latest, seas that are churning up from hurricane sandy about five to seven feet. rip currents will be a big concern along the eastern seaboard. i'll have latest details in a few minutes. >> eric: i'm sure you are wondering what is coming up on "good morning america" after our show. joining us live from new york to fill us in. she has what is coming up on gma. >> the furor over school bus drivers making high risk moves with young lives on board. they are racking up hundreds of dangerous violations, speeding and running red lights. we'll have much more on this story. that is next on gma. >> kristen: president obama plans to spend much of the day at the white house after completing a campaign blitz. he was cleveland yesterday talking about the jobs that were saved by government funding that helped resurrect the auto industry. meanwhil
los angeles. por la copa sudamericana en los octavos de final, gremio de porto alegre derroto 2-1 al barcelona de guayaquil y logro su clasificacion a los cuartos de final, al tiempo que sao paulo de local empataba 0-0 con liga de loja dandole la clasificacion al equipo brasileño.el atletico goianiense derroto 3-1 a la univerdad de catolica, pero no le alcanzo porque los chilenos anotados mas goles y de local lo que les dio la clasificacion. para hoy; tigre recibe al deportivo quito, emelec a la universidad de chile y liverpool de montevideo recibe al independiente de argentina. hasta aqui los deportes, tendremos mas esta noche solo alas pausa, pero ya regresamos con mas informacion.... comienzan los preparativos en nuestra zona ante condiciones del tiempo adversas que vendrian acompad
and los angeles after that as well. las vegas is a 70,000 square foot club. that is quite different. >> thank you. any questions from the public? yes. >> well good evening commissioners. i am also a long time 22 year resident and i want to discuss and also present to you i have seen a lot of positive changes in this one is a good one. during that time some 13 years ago there was a very cool selma chang high restaurant located there and it now closed and the lounge and if you remember and it's now closed. a great place to be to hang your hat and really the wind of the world and i want to show you my positive feelings about having this dining come to the area. as you also know even down on union street there is a asian street fair restaurant called [inaudible] and that opened after the loma parada earthquake and revitalized that nairksd there so i am hoping with this new venture that happens at one kearney street as i understand it and welcome and not to make it too pricey. >> we will get an early bird special going. >> all right. any other public comment? seeing none the matt
tried -- [ dog barking ] and when melissa, the owner tried -- there you go. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> and thank you so much for watching. we're always here at abcnews.com, of course. "nightline" will be here later. and we hope to see you right back here again for friday night tomorrow night. good night. >>> tonight a big anniversary for occupy oakland. they're ready to march once again. sky 7 is overhead for whatever might happen. >> governor brown sits down to bush a tax increase big money is involved. >> tree trouble on the streets of san francisco. one in front of may not belong to you but responsibility for it might. >> san francisco beat cop struck a chord at the world series. you'll see what a state job is like. >>> and sky 7 is live over frank o fw. awa plaza. a family setting after a year of demonstrations here. tonight you can see a number of people gathered to mark an anniversary and march in downtown oakland. >> that anniversary is that of the police race that cleared their encampment from nont of -- front of city hall. they say the movement is still alive. abc
to maintain care. >>> first lady michelle obama was in los angeles today for a fundraiser hosted by one of hollywood's super couples. actor will smith and his wife helped raise serious campaign cash. here's cbs reporter kristine lazar. >> reporter: the motorcade for first lady michelle obama pulled up to the gates of the sprawling 300-acre calabasas estate of will and jada pinkett smith. inside a $2,500 a plate luncheon to raise money for her husband's campaign. >> i think she is statuesque, beautiful, intelligent and has everything going for her. >> reporter: sheriff's and the secret service kept protestors and the media across the street. but this family described the scene inside as intimate and uplifting. >> she was absolutely fantastic. inconspired. you would be fired up after listening to her. >> reporter: one guest shared this cell phone of the first lady addressing guests who dined on fish under a white tent. she encouraged guests to take out their checkbooks and write a check to the obama victory fund. $10,000 got supporters a photos with mrs. obama. $40,000 afforded them a one
and in north carolina, los angeles congresswoman lucille roy ball alard is calling for change. >> there's today in this country, children working under deplorable conditions that are not equally protected under our child labor laws. these are the children who work in agriculture. >> reporter: and you want to change that? >> i want to change that. >> reporter: congresswoman has introduced in congress once again the care act, legislation she first pushed her 12 years ago. >> the care act introduced in order to give children in agriculture here in the united states, the same protection that children have in any other industry. >> reporter: there are others here in congress who are not so eager to pass new legislation to protect children working in agriculture. >> there's no need for it. >> reporter: senator charles grassley of iowa, is the co-sponsor of a bill that would do the opposite. it's called preserve america's family farms act. it would prevent changing the rules for children in agriculture. >> it wouldn't be unusual to put in 14-hour or 18-hour days. there's probably no difference between
and repaint the white letters overlooking los angeles. after 275 gallons of paint and about two months of work, the sign will be shiny and new again. >> that's like their biggest icon down there when you think about it. >> it is. you always look for the "hollywood" sign. >>> baseball fan in detroit is offering his home in exchange for a world series ticket. >> buyer beware here. the owner has an ad on craigslist that offers a trade. the house for world series tickets. but people living near the house say not so fast. >> this house has been abandoned since i have been here. >> yeah. the picture online shows a well kept home but the actual home has smashed windows, awning hanging by a thread and the owner admitted it needs work. >> and the door is open. >> find a nice hotel in detroit. >>> 4:56. how bad is the crime in oakland and stockton? so bad they called in the california highway patrol. >> how hurricane sandy to current into the perfect storm. >> the giants headed to detroit after another very exciting night here at at&t park. we'll look at some of the highway lights coming up next. ,, ,,,
lot in los angeles he suffered severe brain injuries. in september, stow was able to go outdoors tonight's game believed to be the first one he's attended since the attack. and a san francisco police officer who was at the game last night has become an overnight senseation. you're looking live now at giants ballpark. game two is underway now. the score so far giants nothing, tigers nothing. last night during the 7th inning stretch a singing cop sang "god bless america" today abc 7 news met up with him on his day job. >> who is this irish tennor. he sang beautifully last night. he sings in his spare time. >> this is his day job. he's a san francisco police sargeant on the front lines fighting crime. this video was taken curing one of my ride alongs. >> darcy has sung before at giants ball game buzz never on national tv or at the world series. so he didn't expect the call from the giants tuesday, asking him to sing. how did he feel? >> a thrill. a absolute thrill. >> he began singing was he nervous? >> just a little bit nervous. i just had the right amount of nervous. you know? >>
having once represented a district that was very low-income in los angeles as to where these parks are that are still left outstanding, the 14 you mentioned. are they in neighborhoods we should be concerned about or are they all over the city? >> so, what is really nice about what the city services auditor has done, the report card they do for parks and streets extends to one page, there is a large report that is attached to it. so, what will go through a geographic map and show where those parks are in the case of parks, in the case of streets and sidewalks, similarly for them. as we develop our score card, we could ask specific questions about service and reliability and water quality and supply assurance, earthquake preparedness by neighborhood as examples if that would be helpful.
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of the biggest waves on earth. that's your eye on entertainment. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. >> wow, that was cool. >>> good morning. thank you for watching 9news now. it's 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. hope we won't see any surf like that around here any time soon. >> i'm jessica doyle in for mike hydeck. monika samtani will have your timesaver traffic in a moment and howard bernstein is watching the skies for us. >> we've got some low clouds and fog. we'll have a lot on sandy coming up in about 15 minutes. the 5:00 advisory nudges the track over a little closer to us instead of atlantic city. now maybe delaware bay. some in my chat room were saying will we have a better idea on sunday where this will
to seek asylum and will return to pakistan, despite continuing death threats from the taliban. los angeles is now the largest u-s city, to require pet store owners to sell only rescued animals. the city council voted 12 to 2 in favor of the bill. it's an effort to shut down puppy mills and reduce the number of pets euthanized each year. shelters in california take in about one million cats and dogs each year. about half of those animals end up killed. the law would still allow people to buy directly from breeders. and some pet store owners, who say they work with reputable breeders, say the law is unfair. chicago has already said if l.a. passes this law, it will follow suit. cycling union made it official. since armstrong was disqualified from 1998-2005 there will not be any declared winner. he will have to return the prize money he won. he has always denied the allegations. just ahead southwest airlines announces a new website for spanish speaking customers. and, still to come this midday. it's finally in stores. microsoft introduces their new "surface" tablet! and later in lunchbreak ho
cruz giants fan who was badly beaten last year outside dodger stadium in los angeles. he appeared on the video board at at&t park and has done throughout the first is through during a giants game earlier this year. we will continue our coverage of the san francisco giants and the world series and a special section devoted to that on our web site kron4.com. share your photos and videos and comments with us on facebook and twitter. siin the foreground of the picture of the nation's capital the evacuation has been cancelled. it was a false alarm. an envelope was found in the mailroom and content and unknown white substance. they determined that the envelope and the power is no longer a risk. >> a victim shot in oakland adams' point neighborhood near lake merritt. the deal from the scene there reports of gunshots at around 530 this morning police arrived and found the victim with gunshot wounds. the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. they're gathering evidence and have no suspects. >> oakland police department will some getting help from the california highway patrol. >> turning
, tennessee to los angeles. just to give you some perspective here. chad myers, obviously this thing is huge. how bad does it look? >> and that's the issue. it's going to have a very big wind field. even 400 miles away from the eye we could have wind gusts over hurricane force. everybody is going to get hit with something. there will be so many trees down, power lines down. it will be days before everybody gets back power. >> we just said virginia state of emergency and there's fears that the temperatures would be so, so cold much are we talking snow? >> not virginia, but west virginia for sure. ohio, the western side of pennsylvania, not so much the poconos, i don't think. because as the hurricane comes in, it will bring in warm air with it. the cold air will be on the west side, michigan and ohio. that's where the snow might be. but this thing still has a lot to evolve. >> we're still talking monday, tuesday, right? >> we are. you asked me what i do expect. i said there are computer models out there, they're just finishing now. there's one that goes up into long island and does terrible th
tomorrow from los angeles. i will be back at 6:00 tomorrow night. saturday night i will be headlining with stephanie miller the sexy liberal comedy show in new york city at the beacon theatre. hope to see you there. until then have a great evening. see you tomorrow. >> jennifer: i'm jennifer granholm. tonight in "the war
here in california and in north carolina, los angeles congresswoman lucille roy ball allard is calling for change. >> i was shocked. because i really do believe this is one of our country's dirty little secrets. >> reporter: there are others in congress who are not so eager to pass new legislation to protect children working in agriculture. >> there is just no need for it. >> reporter: senator charles grassley of iowa is a co-sponsor of a bill that would do the opposite. it is called the preserving america's family farms act. the bill would prohibit government from rules governing children working in agriculture. rules that date back to 1938. >> it wouldn't be unusual to be putting in 14 or even 18-hour days. there's probably no difference between dad putting it in and a 12-year-old boy putting it in. >> reporter: supporters of this proposed bill admit nothing is likely to happen on capitol hill quickly. as you just saw, any change in these rules face a tough political battle. coming up, we'll go ban to the fields as the harvest winds up in california and we'll deal into the proposed d
and los angeles when he was attacked. he has been going undergoing surgery. he is in attendance for the ballpark and he is also welcomed by all the fans. stay with kron 4 of the continuing world series will keep an eye on this from every angle. give it a look. photographs, that you have sent in. facebook, twitter also a great way. share your comments and thoughts we will be back. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. >> welcome back. faugh there is... wall street expectations were down -- apple did not meet wall street expectations for the second quarter. and yahoo is saying that mobil and uapp is 'stamped' is an online recommendation for consumers for downloading maps. >> thank you, marc. 5:41. the big story is the giants. they had a victory last night on game no. 2. this amazing play. during last night's game. down to the left field. vogelson w
for your vote in this election. >> florida, colorado, iowa, ohio, virginia. in los angeles with jay leno. >> the main cure is to make sure you vote. >> in nevada with katy perry. >> you know, i got my poll outfit sorted, okay? >> the president is emptying the tank for the final push. >> you may notice that my voice sounds just a little hoarse. >> as mitt romney literally runs away from questions about mourdock's rape remarks. tonight, senator barbara boxer on the romney failure to lead. "the daily beast's" michael tomasky on the president's momentum and today's big endorsement. >>> plus another plutocrat is shaking down employees to vote for romney. >>> and congressman elijah cummings on the right wing effort to true the vote by intimidating minority voters. good to have you with us tonight, folks. the latest comments about rape have the republican party scrambling and mitt romney going silent. senate candidate richard mourdock out of indiana caused unwanted intention when he said pregnancies results from rape are a gift from god. the story is out there in the popular culture. comedian t
the way to los angeles. our meteorologist chad myers is here. chad, there are tens of thousands of people as we speak who are planning to head out to these massive outdoor campaign rallies. all of these people who are organizing them, how bad is this storm looking for all of this? >> i don't think anybody teaches you in college what this could do. this is a storm that is going to have a very deep low pressure center. i know it's going to be a category 1. i've heard all of these tweets about how can a category 1 be bad? there's a big high pressure on it behind. a big high here, a big low here, the wind between those two systems will be tremendous. winds could gust 80 miles per hour from michigan through ohio into pennsylvania not even really attached to the center or the core or the eye of the hurricane. here's the latest. 76.9 if you're keeping track at home. still an 80 mile per hour storm. last night at 11:00 this was a tremendous storm moving through the bahamas. it got torn up overnight. it doesn't look nearly as bad as it did last night. that is great news. dry air has pulled in. it
incentivize people to win the popular vote from los angeles to new york, washington. >> cenk: and if there is anything that i learned both candidates love israel. hopefully not before the election. guys on the idea of obama not having made the case that the next four years are going to be much better, do you agree with that or do you think he has done better than i imagine. >> i definitely agree he has not made the case. he says the same types of things as he said in 2008. i got to focus on the students. i got to focus on women's reproductive rights. those are things that i truly believe he'll push for and he has made great changes when it comes to education but i want to hear about fiscal policy. that's where the majority of people want to see change. he's not focusing on that enough. he says we have to attack the wealthy more. what are you going to do to get congress to agree with you on that? >> cenk: honestly, if i was running i'd have locked up some wall street guys. >> no question. >> cenk: that would have helped him tremendously. we're going to do a whole segment on. b
at a golf club southeast of los angeles spotted a 2' shark that fell near the 12th tee flopping around on the grass so the worker put it in the cart and drove it back to the clubhouse. the shark was put in a tub of water and put it in the ocean where it swam away. the workers saw puncture wounds on the shark so they think a bird might have caught it in the water, picked it up and flown it over and dropped it on them. sharks could be flying, now, and they are just not telling us. another conspiracy. the dow is sitting
a look from space. sandy is so big, it would cover the distance from memphis, tennessee, to los angeles. and it's expected to mix with a powerful winter storm, turning this into a halloween monster. this could affect everyone from trick-or-treaters to people headed to the polls. people at the jersey shore are already filling sand bags and preparing for the worst. meteorologist rob marciano is here. so, percentages? will it hit? is it likely to hit? >> looks a lot more likely now than it did this time yesterday. yesterday it was maybe 50/50. give it greater chances than that. the question is how big and bad will it be? it will be different from just a hurricane. want to show some pictures out of cuba. this is what it could look like in spots across the northeast. category 2 storm as it hit eastern cuba yesterday. trees down, power lines down, infrastructure damaged. we could see similar sights like this across the northeast even though it's not expected to be this strong when it gets there. we'll go over reasons for that in a second. first off, let's go over the stats for sandy, winds 80
's joining us from los angeles. jacob, welcome back inside "the war room." >> thank you, governor. good to be with you again. >> jennifer: how can the early voting process be reformed to give all americans equal access to an early ballot? >> you know, there is so much talk about voter disenfranchisement but the big elephant in the room that no one talks about is in 15 states, there is literally no opportunity to vote early like president obama did today or with a -- what's called a no excuse absentee ballot so you're stuck voting on tuesday during the hours that the polls are open. if you're a single mother, single father, you work two or or you're a student with long hours and you can't get to the polls you're out of luck. >> >> jennifer: it is an extra hurdle. harvard university released recently a poll of voters between the ages of 18 and 29. that poll showed that only 6% plan to vote early at a polling place. 14% will vote by absentee ballot. what are you learning in your reporting about how young adults vi
to jay leno for letting our cameras hang around backstage with all that was going on in los angeles last night. speaking of news, this trip that started what, did we say, 7:59 a.m. yesterday, has just ended while we've been on the air. the president returning tonight on air force one to andrews air force base. that's a long trip. >>> speaking of news tonight, with he do want to let you know, we are keeping ai very close eye on what looks to be a huge atlantic storm. hurricane sandy has really exploded in strength. look at these projected paths for this storm. it will have destructive power. it has forecasters very concerned. it looks like the northeast is likely to get hit and we're going to have full coverage of the storm and these projections starting tomorrow morning on "today." next week on this broadcast, on "rock center," a story we had originally hoped to bring you this week before we had to make way for our campaign coverage, it is about what happened to this young hero. a very surprising treatment changed his life. as natalie morales reports, a video game could transform how we
by charles golvin, an analyst at forrester research. he's in los angeles tonight. charles, do these apple, microsoft releases represent a big change in direction for the industry. not just for microsoft but for other makers? >> absolutely. we have seen a real shift here in the competitive dynamic. it used to be about the pc. and now people are spending more and more time on these mobile devices whether they are tablets or smart phones. and that's really a place where microsoft is extremely weak compared to amazon, google and apple, especially. and so this represents a real shift for microsoft trying to be as relevant in this new computing world as they have been in the past. >> suarez: well, it's the largest single supplier of operating systems in the world. once a player like microsoft decides the future's in touch, does it move some of, have some of of its own momentum that the future's in touch, that's it? >> well, i think apple has already established that that is the case and others have followed. you know, i think microsoft is with the launch of windows 8 not just trying to reimagin
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